Sustainability Matters 28th May 2020

In this edition of Sustainability Matters you can read about;

      •    The Economics of Ignoring Climate Change
      •    Insights on New Zealand Sustainability Professionals
      •    A Near Horizon: Seizing Opportunities and Managing Risks in the Transition to Net Zero
      •    Budget Too Weak on Climate – Commission
      •    Are Electric Cars Worse for the Environment? Myth Busted
      •    Car Powered by Salt Water: 760HP, Top Speed 186/Mph, 621 Miles/Tank
      •    Behavioural Change for Sustainability Success
      •    Future-Fit Business Benchmark
      •    Sustainability Professionals Must Shine Brighter than Their Peers – Here’s How
      •    Despite EU Guidelines 78% of Europe’s Largest Companies are Falling Short of Adequately Reporting Environmental and Climate-related Risks
      •    Two-pronged Approach Needed for Coronavirus Recovery
      •    The Big Dry: 18 Reasons Why an Auckland Drought Became a Water Crisis
      •    ‘We Need Radically Different Accountancy to Value Companies in a Post-Pandemic World’
      •    Investing in a Climate-Positive Future: Hanon Armstrong
      •    International Framework 2020 Revision
      •    The Price of Peace: Money, Democracy, and the Life of John Maynard Keynes
      •    Coronavirus Could Disrupt Weather Forecasting
      •    S&P Launches ESG Scores Based on 20 Years of Corporate Sustainability Data
      •    The Economist’s Coverage of Climate Change.

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